Robert Rauschenberg: Making An Exhibition

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The Menil Collection says
The Marion Barthelme Lecture Series
Leah Dickerman on Rauschenberg

Over the span of six decades, Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008) worked in an astonishing range of mediums including painting, sculpture, prints, photography and performance, and became one of the most transformative figures in postwar American culture. Working alone and in collaboration with artists, dancers, musicians and writers, Rauschenberg produced a vast body of work that set the course for art of the present day. Leah Dickerman, Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and co-organizer of the Robert Rauschenberg retrospective that will be seen this year in London, New York and San Francisco, explores the ideas that frame the exhibition’s presentation of this extraordinarily influential artist’s work.

Named in honor of the late Menil trustee Marion Barthelme Fort, each year this Lecture Series invites a distinguished speaker to discuss an artist in the museum’s collection.

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